Selected publications

Edited Books

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Papers

The philosophy of plant neurobiology: a manifesto Synthese 1-21 (2016)

Beyond “error-correction” Front. Psychology 3:423 (with John Symons, Emma Martín, 2012)

How Many Mechanisms are Needed to Analyze Speech?: A Connectionist Simulation of Structural Rule Learning in Artificial Language Acquisition Cognitive Science 35:1243-1281 (with A. Laakso, 2011)

Plants: Adaptive Behavior, Root Brains and Minimal Cognition Adaptive Behavior 19:155-171 (with F. Keijzer, 2011)

Is cognition a matter of representations?: Emulation, teleology, and time-keeping in biological systems Adaptive Behavior 18:400-415 (with A. García, 2010)

Where is cognitive science heading? Minds and Machines 19:301-318 (with A. García, 2009)

Towards a general theory of antirepresentationalism. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 59:259-292 (2008)

The quest for cognition in plant neurobiology. Plant Signaling and Behavior 2:1-4 (2007)

Connectionist Semantics and the Collateral Information Challenge. Mind and Language 18:77-94 (2003)

A Connectionist Defence of the Inscrutability Thesis. Mind and Language 15:465-480 (2000)

State Space Semantics and Conceptual Similarity: Reply to Churchland. Philosophical Psychology 13:77-95 (2000)

Book chapters

Cognition in Plants. In F. Baluška (Ed.) Plant – environment interactions: Behavioral perspective. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. (with F. Keijzer, in press)

Directions for an embodied cognitive science: Toward an integrated approach. In P. Calvo & T. Gomila (eds.) Handbook of cognitive science: An embodied approach. (pp. 1-25). Amsterdam: Elsevier. (with T. Gomila, 2008)

Proceedings

A connectionist simulation of structural rule learning in language acquisition. In B. C. Love, K. McRae & V. M. Sloutsky (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 709-714). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. (with A. Laakso, 2008)

Context-free versus context-dependent constituency relations: A false dichotomy. In S. Levy & R. Gayler (Eds.) Compositional Connectionism in Cognitive Science, Proceedings of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence Tech. Report FS-04-03 (pp. 12-16, 2004). Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press. (2004)

Miscellaneous

Dynamics and Psychology. New Ideas in Psychology 26. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (Special issue, with A. Laakso & T. Gomila, eds., 2008)

Understanding brain circuits and their dynamics. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (pp. 274-5). (2010) (Commentary/Anderson: Neural reuse: A fundamental organizational principle of the brain)

Rules, Similarity, and the Information-Processing Blind Alley. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (pp. 17-8). (2005) (Commentary/Pothos: The rules vs. similatiry distinction)

Issues of implementation matter for representation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (pp. 397-8). (2004) (Commentary/Grush: The emulation theory of representation: Motor control, imagery, and perception)

Non-classical connectionism should enter the decathlon. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (pp. 603-4). (2003) (Commentary/Anderson: The Newell Test for a theory of cognition)

Current Projects

El post-cognitivismo y la arquitectura de la cognición: Un análisis crítico de la sistematicidad del pensamiento (11944/PHCS/09) Fundación Séneca

Cognition and representation in non-symbolic programmes in cognitive science (FFI2009-13416-C02-01) DGICYT

 
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